Just because most of you in the US are not at work today doesn’t mean I am not bringing you the best articles, posts, tips, and more from around the world of nonprofit marketing and fundraising.  This week I have some social media and year-end tips, the next big thing in video marketing, and holiday self-care.

It?s time for Mixed Links?

We still need people to take our Annual Nonprofit Communications Trends Survey. It closes Tuesday!

Here are some Quick Tips to Grow Your Email List Before Year-End.

Bloomerang shares The Four Year-End Donor Personas, Reasons They Give & Channels to Reach Them.

Julia Campbell says, “Fundraisers: Stop Blaming Facebook For Donors Not Wanting to Hear From You.”

Some Users Can Now Schedule Tweets Via Twitter.com

Is TikTok the Next Big Thing in Video Marketing? [Infographic].

Jonathan Chen had 23 World Class Marketers Share Their Best Marketing Tips for 2020.

Be sure you avoid The 5 Common Mistakes Every Content Marketer Should Know.

Seth Godin wonders, “If every day were Thanksgiving.”

And finally, practice Self-Care for the Holiday Season.

Catch Up on Our Content from This Week…

Nonprofit Training Opportunities for You

The Communications Director Mentoring Program

We are now registering participants for the January ? June 2020 session. Includes the All-Access Training Pass and the full Mentoring Program. Due to the personal attention you will receive, space is limited and we usually sell out. Six of the sixteen spots are taken.

Learn more about the Mentoring Program

You can attend all of the following webinars for free with an All-Access Pass:

December 10 & 12: Creating an Awesome 2019 Annual Report

[Two-Part Series] Learn how to create an annual report your supporters will actually engage with.

Registration for the series is $199 or free with an All-Access Pass.

Learn More and Register

January 21 & 23: Communications Planning That Works: Getting Your Goals, Strategies, Objectives and Tactics Right in 2020

[Two-Part Series] Learn how to create an effective communications plan for 2020.

Registration for the series is $199 or free with an All-Access Pass.

Learn More and Register

Published On: November 29, 2019|Categories: Mixed Links, Nonprofit Marketing Trends|

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